13:35 Ayr Mon 13 August 2018
The only winner in the field her win at Redcar owed much to her experience but she's found it hard with a penalty since. She did show improved form returned to her winning C&D though last time; should still be competitive despite giving weight away.
Half-sister to three winners she showed her inexperience on debut (7f, good to firm) but looked as though the outing would prove beneficial. Her debut was solid rather than spectacular but she should be able to show more here.
Just one outing to her name so far and in that she looked as though the run was not only needed but that she would be one for the longer term. Made some late headway there and this 7f will suit better but much more needed.
Yard ticking over with their juveniles this year but she showed only how green she was on her debut at Thirsk (7f good to soft). Slowly away she may have leant something but only beat one rival and likely to need this experience also.
Yard a little below-par with their juveniles this year (four first time out winners) and their last 19 debutantes have all been beaten. This daughter of War Command cost 40,000 guineas as a yearling out of a maiden dam and may need this run.
By Scat Daddy out of a Ghostzapper mare she cost $1m as a yearling. Trainer is 3-35 with his juvenile debutantes this year (2-9 with debutantes here last five years) and given her purchase price she worth noting in the market.
Second runner in the race for the trainer but she showed about as much as her stablemate (Hunterwali) on debut at Doncaster over 7f. Slowly away she was always behind (ran green) and will have to come on for that run to figure.
Newcomer from a yard that are hardly known for winning juveniles let alone those on debut. First two year old runner of the season for the stable and likely to need the experience.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S CrisfordJ: G Lee|
Mistress Of Love (2/5), Freed From Desire (11/4), Beechwood Ella (7/1), Katiejay (12/1), Clonard Abbey (18/1), Oh Yes Please (33/1), Hunterwali (50/1), Royal Countess (100/1)
- Mistress Of Love
- Freed From Desire
- Beechwood Ella
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